While we’re waiting for those consistently warmer days ahead, the weather loves to play fickle! One day it’s sunny and 60 degrees, the next day we’re shoveling snow. The unpredictability of the weather can make it difficult to switch your seasonal wardrobe, so we’ve come up with some outfit ideas that can take you from winter to spring with ease. See our winter to spring style inspiration below.

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This ice blue shade is all the rage this season, so wear it from winter to spring and get the most out of this trendy piece. In winter, style it with faux leather pants, ankle boots, and a faux fur vest. In spring, pair it with jeans, white sneakers, and a pretty pearl headband.

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This feminine floral skirt is a great piece no matter what the weather is. When it’s cold, wear it with a cozy sweater, warm socks, and knee-high boots. When the weather gets nicer, style it with a button down, lacy bralette, and sweet sweater-style mules.

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Take your LBD (long black dress) through all the seasons! In winter, pair it with a velvet blazer, velvet mules with jewel accents, and a jeweled belt. In spring, have fun with florals by adding these girly sneakers, a pink jean jacket, and a silky headscarf.

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Tweed is super chic right now, and this style is perfect for transitioning from bleak chilly days to breezy mild ones. Wear it with a turtleneck bodysuit, bootcut jeans, and tweed slingback pumps in winter; and with a satin cami, midi slip skirt, and nude slingback pumps in spring.

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It’s wedding season! Family, friends, old college room mates, your favorite barista – everyone seems to be getting married, right? And while that means love is in the air, it also means so is the stress of trying to find the perfect dress for every wedding you have to attend. And because everyone you know has totally different tastes and style preferences, you’re probably attending weddings at tons of different venues. We’ve been there before and we’re here now to save you some stress…we’ve rounded up wedding guest dress styles for whatever type of wedding you’ve got on the calendar. Check out the styles below.

Beach Wedding

A cool breeze and warm sunshine are pretty much a given at a beach wedding. Light, flowing fabrics are best for comfort and style. Bright blues, cool cerulean colors, and gold and straw accents will blend beautifully in pictures with the beach backdrop.

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Sheath Dress | Wrap Slip Dress | Tie Belt Wrap Dress | Ombre Pleated Dress |Necklace | Bracelet | Sandals | Straw Bag

Traditional Wedding

For a traditional wedding in a house of worship, a classic look is a great go-to. Pink and red shades evoke the vibes of love, while simple, sparkling accessories keep the look clean and sophisticated.

V-Neck Maxi Dress | Shirred Waist Ruffle Dress | Tiered Ruffle Cami Dress | Cap Sleeve Sheath Dress | Necklace | Earrings | Strappy Heels | Clutch

Nature Wedding

If your wedding hosts are thinking outside of the box and are holding the ceremony in nature, like at a vineyard or in a garden, floral frocks are a fun look to rock. These sweet, charming dresses will look gorgeous surrounded by the grape vines in a winery or the decorative topiary at a botanical garden.

Smocked Waist Midi Dress | Long Sleeve Babydoll Dress | Puff Sleeve Shirred Bodice Dress | High-Low Maxi Dress | Earrings | Clutch | Espadrilles

Backyard Wedding

For a more laidback, backyard ceremony, a simple dress can go a long way. Flexible fabrics will allow you to move easily if you care to get in a game of cornhole or play tag with the little ones. Pair with nude accessories and simple jewelry and your look will say “cool yet chic.”

Sheath Dress | Bodycon Wrap Dress | Ruched Side Dress | Flounced Slip Dress | Wrap Bracelet | Wedges | Clutch | Thread Earrings

It’s wedding season! Family, friends, old college room mates, your favorite barista – everyone seems to be getting married, right? And while that means love is in the air, it also means so is the stress of trying to find the perfect dress for every wedding you have to attend. And because everyone you know has totally different tastes and style preferences, you’re probably attending weddings at tons of different venues. We’ve been there before and we’re here now to save you some stress…we’ve rounded up wedding guest dress styles for whatever type of wedding you’ve got on the calendar. Check out the styles below.

Beach Wedding

A cool breeze and warm sunshine are pretty much a given at a beach wedding. Light, flowing fabrics are best for comfort and style. Bright blues, cool cerulean colors, and gold and straw accents will blend beautifully in pictures with the beach backdrop.

Frugal and Thriving may earn a small commission via affiliate links in this post.

Sheath Dress | Wrap Slip Dress | Tie Belt Wrap Dress | Ombre Pleated Dress |Necklace | Bracelet | Sandals | Straw Bag

Traditional Wedding

For a traditional wedding in a house of worship, a classic look is a great go-to. Pink and red shades evoke the vibes of love, while simple, sparkling accessories keep the look clean and sophisticated.

V-Neck Maxi Dress | Shirred Waist Ruffle Dress | Tiered Ruffle Cami Dress | Cap Sleeve Sheath Dress | Necklace | Earrings | Strappy Heels | Clutch

Nature Wedding

If your wedding hosts are thinking outside of the box and are holding the ceremony in nature, like at a vineyard or in a garden, floral frocks are a fun look to rock. These sweet, charming dresses will look gorgeous surrounded by the grape vines in a winery or the decorative topiary at a botanical garden.

Smocked Waist Midi Dress | Long Sleeve Babydoll Dress | Puff Sleeve Shirred Bodice Dress | High-Low Maxi Dress | Earrings | Clutch | Espadrilles

Backyard Wedding

For a more laidback, backyard ceremony, a simple dress can go a long way. Flexible fabrics will allow you to move easily if you care to get in a game of cornhole or play tag with the little ones. Pair with nude accessories and simple jewelry and your look will say “cool yet chic.”

Sheath Dress | Bodycon Wrap Dress | Ruched Side Dress | Flounced Slip Dress | Wrap Bracelet | Wedges | Clutch | Thread Earrings

people toasting wine glasses

It’s wedding season! Family, friends, old college room mates, your favorite barista – everyone seems to be getting married, right? And while that means love is in the air, it also means so is the stress of trying to find the perfect dress for every wedding you have to attend. And because everyone you know has totally different tastes and style preferences, you’re probably attending weddings at tons of different venues. We’ve been there before and we’re here now to save you some stress…we’ve rounded up wedding guest dress styles for whatever type of wedding you’ve got on the calendar. Check out the styles below.

Beach Wedding

A cool breeze and warm sunshine are pretty much a given at a beach wedding. Light, flowing fabrics are best for comfort and style. Bright blues, cool cerulean colors, and gold and straw accents will blend beautifully in pictures with the beach backdrop.

Frugal and Thriving may earn a small commission via affiliate links in this post.

Sheath Dress | Wrap Slip Dress | Tie Belt Wrap Dress | Ombre Pleated Dress |Necklace | Bracelet | Sandals | Straw Bag

Traditional Wedding

For a traditional wedding in a house of worship, a classic look is a great go-to. Pink and red shades evoke the vibes of love, while simple, sparkling accessories keep the look clean and sophisticated.

V-Neck Maxi Dress | Shirred Waist Ruffle Dress | Tiered Ruffle Cami Dress | Cap Sleeve Sheath Dress | Necklace | Earrings | Strappy Heels | Clutch

Nature Wedding

If your wedding hosts are thinking outside of the box and are holding the ceremony in nature, like at a vineyard or in a garden, floral frocks are a fun look to rock. These sweet, charming dresses will look gorgeous surrounded by the grape vines in a winery or the decorative topiary at a botanical garden.

Smocked Waist Midi Dress | Long Sleeve Babydoll Dress | Puff Sleeve Shirred Bodice Dress | High-Low Maxi Dress | Earrings | Clutch | Espadrilles

Backyard Wedding

For a more laidback, backyard ceremony, a simple dress can go a long way. Flexible fabrics will allow you to move easily if you care to get in a game of cornhole or play tag with the little ones. Pair with nude accessories and simple jewelry and your look will say “cool yet chic.”

Sheath Dress | Bodycon Wrap Dress | Ruched Side Dress | Flounced Slip Dress | Wrap Bracelet | Wedges | Clutch | Thread Earrings

Cool breeze, warm sun, the smell of fresh cut grass and citrus. There is nothing better than enjoying the vibes of a beautiful summer day on your back deck or patio. Transform your outdoor space for less with these pretty patio finds from Walmart. Bold blues and mellow yellows are the shades of the season.

DINE OUTDOORS
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Call up your family and friends because you are definitely going to want to throw a dinner party for everyone with this awesome outdoor dining setup. The wooden picnic table set can fit plenty of people, both big and little. Top the table with this fun lemon dishware set, complementary navy linen napkins wrapped with wooden napkin rings, and champagne satin flatware for a classic and vibrant look. Make a fresh batch of lemonade or iced tea (spiked, for the adults, of course) and use this beverage dispenser to keep the drinks flowing, which you can pour into these adorable mason jar glasses. Keep those pesky pests away with these citronella mini tiki torches and this gorgeous wood wick candle. Add the finishing style touches with this durable yellow geometric area rug, lemongrass plant in a vintage planter, and rustic table top plant.

LOUNGE AROUND

After everyone has finished dinner, move over to the lounge area and get comfy on this contemporary lounge set or hanging hammock seat. Light a fire in the gas fire pit to get extra cozy and watch the solar string lights turn on as dusk sets in to really set the mood. The decorative throw pillows, in colors of navy, yellow, and medallion patterns coordinate perfectly with this woven medallion area rug. Add a lace-cut side table which is perfect a place for accessories like this candle lantern, and this bright yellow planter will look great filled with a vibrant green hosta plant. This metal wall clock is a charming way to keep the time, although the only thing you’ll be counting down to is when you can put the kids to bed and pour another drink, fully enjoying the soft ambiance of your beautiful outdoor lounge spot.

Thanks for reading! We’d love to hear your favorite way to enjoy your outdoor space xo.

Cool breeze, warm sun, the smell of fresh cut grass and citrus. There is nothing better than enjoying the vibes of a beautiful summer day on your back deck or patio. Transform your outdoor space for less with these pretty patio finds from Walmart. Bold blues and mellow yellows are the shades of the season.

DINE OUTDOORS
Frugal and Thriving may earn a small commission via affiliate links in this post.

Call up your family and friends because you are definitely going to want to throw a dinner party for everyone with this awesome outdoor dining setup. The wooden picnic table set can fit plenty of people, both big and little. Top the table with this fun lemon dishware set, complementary navy linen napkins wrapped with wooden napkin rings, and champagne satin flatware for a classic and vibrant look. Make a fresh batch of lemonade or iced tea (spiked, for the adults, of course) and use this beverage dispenser to keep the drinks flowing, which you can pour into these adorable mason jar glasses. Keep those pesky pests away with these citronella mini tiki torches and this gorgeous wood wick candle. Add the finishing style touches with this durable yellow geometric area rug, lemongrass plant in a vintage planter, and rustic table top plant.

LOUNGE AROUND

After everyone has finished dinner, move over to the lounge area and get comfy on this contemporary lounge set or hanging hammock seat. Light a fire in the gas fire pit to get extra cozy and watch the solar string lights turn on as dusk sets in to really set the mood. The decorative throw pillows, in colors of navy, yellow, and medallion patterns coordinate perfectly with this woven medallion area rug. Add a lace-cut side table which is perfect a place for accessories like this candle lantern, and this bright yellow planter will look great filled with a vibrant green hosta plant. This metal wall clock is a charming way to keep the time, although the only thing you’ll be counting down to is when you can put the kids to bed and pour another drink, fully enjoying the soft ambiance of your beautiful outdoor lounge spot.

Thanks for reading! We’d love to hear your favorite way to enjoy your outdoor space xo.